Dang, what is going on with Intamin these days? I'm pretty trusting of these roller coaster manufacturers (even if they have the downtime due to what they're doing technologically) but the thing with El Toro and now this? I've never really been worried about Intiman before and I still do trust them but parts flying off trains and into non riding guests and injuring them to this extent is pretty unacceptable. I am sure Cedar Fair is being cautious about what they say but there should be more information about what is going on with these rides. Specifically, is this a manufacturer defect or park neglect? It is quite unsettling that during year long closures parks didn't do due diligence and take advantage of downtime to maintain these rides as they should have been and honestly, they should be riding safely and better than ever.